The Journal of Virtual Studies is a peer-reviewed, free and open access publication sponsored by the Rockcliffe University Consortium. Its main aim is to feature work that examines knowledge emergence in virtual spaces, whether they be web 2.0 or 3D applications. In order to receive publication notices, please register at the website. The Journal of Virtual Studies is constantly evolving, just like the work of those who can imagine that horizon. Teachers, academics, practitioners, and others engaged in the use of any virtual space for education, research, or training, are encouraged to submit proposals to the journal.
Every year, the Journal of Virtual Studies publishes a special edition for the Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education conference proceedings. All papers and presentations were peer-reviewed with the same level of care as journal papers typically are, convening an additional editorial staff to assist in the process. Vol 9, No 2 (2018) has now been published and can be downloaded here.
The journal features work from a variety of communities who took up the VRevolution challenge. Also available in this issue are links to keynote videos, a spotlight on this year’s Thinkerer Award winner, and papers highlighting the topics shared at each of the Quadrivium sessions.